The Philadelphia-based cable giant said it would focus efforts on its $34 billion campaign to purchase Sky, a European pay-TV service.
President Trump said the fine is proof that the regional bloc has “taken advantage” of the United States. The E.U. hit Google with a record antitrust fine over the company's practices on its Android mobile platform.
The popular design supposed to spark conversation. One study shows it leads to more email -- and people avoiding each other.
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In this flight, it tested an emergency escape system designed to rescue passengers in the case of an emergency.
Kathy Kraninger, President Trump’s nominee to lead the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, repeatedly dodged questions from Senate Democrats about issues facing the watchdog agency and her involvement in the administration’s “zero-tolerance” immigration policy.

President Trump told CNBC he’s “not thrilled” the U.S. central bank under Fed Chairman Jerome Powell is continuing to raise interest rates, suggesting they may undercut his efforts to grow the economy. “I don’t like all of this work that we’re putting into the economy and then I see rates going up,” he said.

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The last judge rejected “fundamental principles of economics”.

“What was done was not fair, just or right in most cases," lawmakers say.

Thousands of artificial intelligence experts are calling on governments to take preemptive action before it’s too late.

A $25 gift today invested for 18 years with a 6 percent return could add up to $775 by the child's freshman year.

The news ends at least one chapter of the rivalry between Comcast and Disney, two megaliths that had been fighting over Fox assets.

Analysts say the company can use the moment to show of styles beyond the iconic clog.

Dispute comes amid controversy over President Trump’s meeting with Russia’s Putin.

The 30-year fixed-rate average continues to hover around 4.5 percent. It was 4.52 percent this week.

Democrats have called Kathy Kraninger unqualified to lead the watchdog agency.

“Hiring deaf people or people with disability should not be viewed as a charity but as a way to improve a corporation’s reach across different segments of the market," said Howard Rosenblum, chief executive of the National Association of the Deaf.

The president has been pushing pharmaceutical companies to roll back planned price hikes for their products.

Teachers spend an average of $500 a year to buy supplies for their students, a federal study shows.

Fixing his country’s economy is a core challenge for President Abdel Fatah al-Sissi as he enters his second term in office. Western donors are pleased. Most Egyptians are not.

"The approach that we’ve taken to false news is not to say, you can’t say something wrong on the internet," Zuckerberg said.

Efforts in the House and Senate would expand access to 401(k) plans for workers.

European regulators ordered changes that could affect which Google-owned apps appear on smartphones and tablets running its Android mobile operating system.

What Google's fine could mean for consumers

Musk faced intense backlash after attacking British diver Vernon Unsworth on Twitter.

D.C. “socialite” Susanna Quinn announced this week that she sold her on-demand beauty app Veluxe to Glamsquad.

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